The Mono To Poly module accepts up to 16 individual CV or audio inputs and converts them to a single multi-channel "poly" output. The module can be used with CVs to send different envelopes, LFOs, pitch CVs etc. to each individual voice of a polyphonic patch or to convert multiple mono audio signals, such as oscillators, to a "poly" audio signal.

Let’s look at an example.

In the patch below, four LFOs are patched to a Mono To Poly module’s inputs to create a "poly" CV signal that is modulating the cutoff frequency of a Poly Filter module. This results in a patch where each of its four active voices have a different LFO rate modulating its filter.

Inputs, Outputs, and Controls

Input jacks- Each input jack can receive a unique CV or audio signal that will be "packaged" together and output as individual channels, or "lanes," of the poly output signal. The number of active inputs depends on the Number of Voices setting in the I/O Panel. When the patch is set to eight voices, for example, the LEDs for Inputs 1 - 8 will glow red to indicate that they are active. Signals received by inputs that are not active will not be passed to the output.

CV Type- This is a handy little text box that can be used to label the module. To change the text, click in the box labeled "Click to enter label" and begin typing.

Poly Out jack- Outputs the CV or audio signals received by the active input jacks as a multi-channel "poly" signal.

Out Level- Simultaneously adjusts the output level of all channels of the poly signal.